Middle School


ZPC student ministries exists to partner with families to help students in 5th through 8th grades connect with Christ, each other, and the larger ZPC community.

Contact: Brendon Saget [925.237.0426]


Middle School Party Hour

Middle School Party Hour

Middle School Party Hour is a monthly event for middle schoolers to come together to be in fellowship with one another. This is a time that is devoted to having fun and engaging with each other around events such as, LaserTag, rock climbing, mini golf, movie nights and much more!

When? Fourth Fridays of every month
Who? Students in grades 5-8th 
Where? Various locations


Middle School Party Hour- Board Game Night

When? March 27, 6-8pm

Who? Every student in grades 5-8

Where? ZPC room 205 (Middle School room)

How much? Free

RSVP for Board Game Night


If you have any questions, comments or concerns, reach out to Brendon.







Superstart Conference

 What? This is a two-day event for anyone in 4th-6th grade. Amy Crispin and Brendon Saget will be heading up a group of students to go to Superstart which is a Middle School conference put on at Traders Point Christian Church. Friday, March 13th and 14th 2020 | 5pm-10:30pm on Friday and 7am-4pm on Saturday| Drop off and Pick up at ZPC-

When? March 13-14 2020

Who? Students in 4th, 5th, and 6th grades

Where? Traders Point Christian Church

Why? This conference is a great way for students to be together and experience learning about God in a different way while connecting with leaders from our church. This is a high energy conference that dives deep into the fun of living life for Jesus. The attention to detail that this company puts in making sure that what is being taught and the time we get with the students is intentional and centered for growth. We will commute from ZPC together to TPCC and back each day so there is no overnight sleeping. Contact Brendon for more details. 

How much? $60

If you have any questions, comments or concerns, reach out to

Interested? Here are the things you need to do:

2020 Great Escape

MSM Camp Trip
When? Monday, July 6 through Saturday, July 11
Who? Students entering into grades 6, 7, 8, or 9 in fall 2020 
Where? Green Lake, WI
Why? Students are invited to join hundreds of other youth from across the Midwest for an amazing week! The Great Escape Midwest is the coolest camp you'll ever attend. Guaranteed. Students will have three large group sessions including worship and talks from special guests. Alongside these sessions, they will have time to play games as well as to spend intentional time with our ZPC group. This trip is dedicated to give all kids an opportunity to explore their faith in a fun, loving, and intentional environment. We are going to rock it out with worship music, make new friends, and have a ton of fun playing crazy games/activities. Some of the activities include banana tubing, swimming, gaga dodgeball, and shaving cream! If you have any questions, comments or concerns, reach out to
How much? $550 per student
        *Payment plans are available. Contact us with any questions!

Interested? Here are the things you need to do:

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Youth Inquirers

  • What is it? Membership class for 6th graders
  • Where? Room 205 on Sunday nights from September through January
  • What time? 6-7:30pm
  • More info: Students will gain a deeper understanding of God through Christian theology, focus on how to live out their life as a disciple of Jesus, grow in the 6 Marks of a Disciple, and participate in a service project to understand what it means to have “Arms of Love” for others. Even if membership isn't of interest, we recommend attending as a way to plug-in and learn/review the basics of Christianity!
  • Next step: Contact with questions.

Main Service

  • What is it? Main worship for Middle School students (grades 5th through 8th grades)
  • Where? Room 205 every Sunday morning
  • What time? 9 to 10 am
  • More info: We dig deep into what the Bible has to say about life as a middle school student. We play games to connect with other students. We worship God in song and prayer, open up the Bible for a lesson, and talk about life in our grade/gender specific discussion groups.